Second-highest climber in prestigious university ranking
The University of Central Lancashire has climbed 30 places in the Times and the Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020. It has made the second-highest climb in the UK, now placing 75th out of the 131 universities ranked.
UCLan ranks 30th in the UK for Student-to-Staff Ratio, which is a climb of 48 places from the previous year. After a rise of 44 places it is now 42nd for Teaching Quality, and after an increase of 34 places it is now 59th for Student Experience.
Furthermore, it has improved its ranking positions for Research Quality, Completion Ratio, UCAS Entry Points and Services/Facilities Spend. It was also recognised for the impact it has in providing routes for students from all backgrounds into higher education and placed 15th for its number of mature students and joint-16th for widening participation.
Subject-wise, its top-performing areas are hospitality, leisure, recreation and tourism, food science, and nursing.